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're beginning with the breaking news in the midwest and south. this twisters caught on tape in indiana. 31 are dead after a second outbreak throughout nation's midsection. officials assessing how many tornadoes touched down. the direction in henriville, indiana, is astounding. school buses tossed like toys, homes tossed from foundations. we begin in henriville. >> forecasters predicted the harsh weather that came through southeastern indiana but nobody could have foreseen what happened next. the images here in henriville, indiana, are breath taking. we're standing front of what used to be henriville high school. as you can see, a shelf its remain. the middle score next door, the roof entirely blown off. as the sun begins to rise here in henriville, the residents here are letting it sink in of what just happened. >> it's hard. it's just hard on everybody. everything's gone. you know, everything is just gone. >> reporter: the forecast for southern indiana called for severe weather. but what followed early friday evening could not have been predicted. >> didn't really think it was going to ha
on its destructive path today. these pictures from indiana. another ten twisters reported across the southeast late today. the newest threat comes after those images out of the nation's heartland, that indiana high school shredded in henryville. a school bus hurled across the street and from ohio, this father carrying his 9-month-old, from what's left of their neighborhood, their home gone. survivor hugging his dog, grateful they both survived. the toll is going up. at least 38 people killed, thins hundreds injured. we're now at 108 reported tornados from this system alone. millions of americans across 11 states from the gulf coast to ohio valley. hit by twisters and for so many, frightening sounds they will never forget. the sirens followed by those winds. our team tonight reports in from across the disaster zone. meteorologist zinger zee starts us off in henryville, indiana with late-breaking if yous about the twisters there, and its intensity. >> reporter: good evening, david, good evening, everyone. the national weather service coming out with its rating an ef-4 tornado, wind
. this video like the first one shot in henryville, indiana. all told at least 37 people are dead. the number of missing are impossible to know right now. i'm don lemon thank you for joining us in the cnn newsroom. i want to bring in meteorologist jackie jarris. first the video from the gas station. >> you can see the debris within that funnel. it's amazing to think how close they must have been to that tornado and feeling the impact and that sucking in as air rushes into the tornado. there you can see in the middle that swirling around that's debris. we think there might be one or two vortices. this was in an intense cation stage. and the i-reporter video from kevin wells. >> can we listen to it a little bit more and talk about it? >> i have friends over there. >> [ bleep ]. >> jackie that is so frightening. kevin will join us live in a little bit. this is incredible video. >> we have new information in this hour that that tornado was an ef-4. it is one of the strongest tornados ever recorded in the top 2%. winds between 166 to 200 miles per hour. that can cause massive devastation. look at
tell it hit the school with all of the turbulence. >> life in henryville, indiana may never be the same. you can say that about so many communities in the path of these storms. at least 37 people have died. 14 of them were in indiana. and we learned that the tornado that hit henryville was an ef-4. that means sustained winds up to 200 miles per hour, we're talking nascar speeds here. it cut a path 52 miles long and it was as wide as 1 1/2 football fields. the damage, of course, is catastrophic. about 180 miles away, another town is obliterated. west liberty, kentucky. an ef-3 blew through the heart of this small town. winds were as high as 165 miles per hour. it seems no building was spared. the roofs are peeled off some. others were blasted to the ground. kentucky got some of the worst of it. 18 people died there. let's meet some of the brave people of henryville now. there a twister took away a family's home, but took a father, a dad. >> reporter: here in clark county, indiana, in henryville, only one person didn't survive that killer tornado. he's 64-year-old wayne hunter. this is th
of the hardest hit areas of indiana was a town of henryville, north of louisville. josh levs joins us now with incredible images that we just got from that area. >> yes, it's coming to us from the newsroom this afternoon. hello again to all of you folks. this is some of the most dramatic video that we have seen from these storms and these tornadoes that ripped through parts of this country. let's take first a look at this video to set it up. okay. here's what you're seeing here. this is inside a gas station in henryville. a man named mike who had just not long before gotten inside that gas station and got a little bit of video. you can see a little bit out the window as the tornado came through. then he steps outside, let's watch this next video together. there it is, we're going to stay on this video. look at that. this is incredibly powerful. and tells us a story of what had happened. these tornadoes came through and actually flattened the gas station across the street from where he was. he says it was blind luck he came inside this shell gas station instead of another. look how huge th
that continued on its destructive path today. these pictures from indiana. another ten twisters reported across the southeast late today. let's get right to the radar this hour. the system still over southern georgia and northern florida where in some parts they are still warning there could be more. the newest threat comes after those images out of the nation's heartland. indiana heartland shredded in henryville. a school hurled across the street and a father carrying their 9-month-old for what is left of the neighborhood. their home is gone and a survivor hugging his dog, grateful they both survived. the toll is going up. 38 people killed, hundreds injured. we're at 108 reported tornados from this system alone. millions of americans across 11 states from the gulf coast to ohio valley. hit by twisters and for so many, frightening sounds they will never forget. the sirens and wind. our team tonight reports in from across the disaster zone. we begin with meteorologist ginger zee in henryville, indiana tonight. ginger, good evening. >> david, just moments ago. the national weather service gave us
indiana to georgia. at least 37 people are dead. now the focus has changed and survivors, scores of jurtd people are waking up in hospitals this morning. their homes and the homes of their neighbors are gone. people are now picking through the rubble to find anything they can salvage. officials in west liberty, kentucky, say they are thankful the damage wasn't worse, even as the town was devastated by 135-mile-per-hour winds and one reported death. rob marciano getting a look at some of west liberty's hardest hit areas. good morning to you. tell us what you are seeing today. >> well, gary, finally today they have been able to clear the main roads enough to where larger vehicles can get through, including trucks carrying power poles, emergency crews, and for the first time we're able to show you these pictures life and over my shoulder. that tells you the story. some well built brick and mortar commercial buildings torn p like really i've never seen it. an ef-3 tornado coming through here with winds at 140 miles per hour. not that building, but the bank has been here for 100 years. that bu
a graveyard. this tornado went 52 miles from holland, indiana, all of the way into ohio. that's 52 miles where we're finding stories of survival. new video of that massive twister as it careens towards this small town. we know now that it was a powerful ef-4, packing winds of 175 miles per hour, and in these new images, the town just moments after impact. >> we just had a huge tornado come through. we're in henryville, indiana. >> reporter: the view from the air, shocking. where there were whole neighborhoods, there's now nothing. >> three older brothers. lot of memories. >> you work hard for something. you lose it in ten minutes. >> reporter: across this town the search for survivors continue. if there's one common theme in this community, it's the image of yellow school buses tossed everywhere. he drove school buses every day. but this friday it was different. >> tornado weather, you can't do anything about it. it's going to do what it wants. >> reporter: did you have a feeling? >> yeah, it wasn't good. >> reporter: green set out to finish his bus route, but with three kids left, including h
monster storms, funnel clouds like this one from indiana, where this video was taken, all the way to alabama. damage widespread, but especially bad in southern indiana, parts of kentucky. total devastation parts of clark county, indiana. the town of henryville especially hard hit. at least five reported dead at this hour. state of emergency in kentucky. we've got reports from all across the area. first, though, i want to check in with chad myers for the very latest for who is still in direct danger right now. >> believe it or not even at this late hour and typically storms die off by now, we still have 19 different cells, 19 different storms that are rotating enough or have tornados on the ground to have tornado warnings on them. 19 separate storms. these storms go all wait from louisiana to florida to almost atlanta, georgia. one now crossing the border from atlanta. a little farther to the north on up, the third storm of the day for chattanooga right there, tornado warning on that, especially just off to the east. and then farther on up we're seeing pretty big weather still in e
of providence in terre haute, indiana, don't need anyone to tell them their founding mother is a saint. mother theodore guerin arrived here with nothing. today her followers pray, sing, and honor her legacy in a magnificent church she built. out of the indiana wilderness came schools, eight of them, three orphanages, and an army of religious women who to this day care for the sick and the souls of all they can find. sister marie kevin is one of those loving followers. and like many followers before her, she has been trying to officially make mother theodore guerin a real catholic saint. >> she was a great builder of communities and of buildings. >> that's right. >> of schools. you can tell by her letters she was a devout woman of god. >> she was. >> but sister, a saint? >> yeah. >> reporter: but as you're about to find out, living like a saint, having followers who think you're a saint, and even performing miracles, well, like a saint, is not always enough to become one. there is the bureaucracy, there is money, hundreds of thousands of dollars needed, and official church-approved representati
her gnome in new piccan indiana. a hospital official says her entire family-- mother, father, brother, and sister-- were all killed in the storm. elsewhere in indiana, survivors are counting their blessings. elaine quijano is in the town of henryville tonight. >> reporter: wayne talbott used to have one of the best views in henryville but no longer. perched high on a hill, he sees only destruction. >> i worked all my life to have what we have, and it's all gone in 15 seconds, and... it's almost more than you can bear. >> reporter: just before the tornado reached his house, he managed to get his quadriplegic daughter to an interior room. then he heard the roar. >> i just got back in the front door, and went to shut the door and it hit and i couldn't close the door. i had to hold on to the door. >> reporter: he remembers saying a prayer. >> "dear lord, please take care of us." and he did. >> good girl, careful, find it. >> reporter: search teams scoured henryville, a town of 1900, for survivors. paige kolok and her partner patty hanifen, and search dog evie, began combing through the de
top story here for the last few nights and an incredible story of heroism and sacrifice out of indiana during that massive outbreak of tornadoes we covered here friday night. it's about a mother who used her own body as a human shield to protect her children as the house came crashing down on all of them. we get her story tonight from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: huddled in the basement with a massive tornado bearing down on their new home, stephanie decker had just seconds to protect 8-year-old domenic and 5-year-old reese, so she wrapped them in a blanket and laid on top of them just as the house started coming apart. >> everything was just slamming into my back. i had my children in the blanket and they were screaming. mommy, i can't live without you, i don't want to die, please don't let me die. i said, you're not going to die, we're going to make it. >> reporter: when the storm cleared the home had been wiped from its foundation. stephanie and the kids were buried. >> i took my phone and made a video to my husband -- telling him i love him. >> reporter: it was domenic who clim
are dead at this hour in indiana. more than two dozen tornadoes have been reported in six states. we've got tornado warnings right now in effect for 50 counties through this evening. all right. this is pretty frightening thing. some of these storms have been incredibly powerful. we've been talking about storms with winds up to 170, 180-mile-per-hour. they could be hitting heavily populated areas. we start with gary tuchman who is in nashville, tennessee, tonight. gary, what have you seen and heard? >> reporter: earin, this is one of those heavily populated areas. music city, tennessee. 1.7 million people are in the metropolitan area. one hour ago it was very scary for a lot of people who live here. that's when the winds came tearing through. hail the size of marbles started falling. we were standing outside our hotel up the street there. people were being yelled at to get out of the lobby because there was so much glass to go down in the basement. the glass did not break. the damage appears to be limited. right here now in nashville the worst appears to be over, however, about 30 miles sout
all hoping would survive. she was a victim of last friday's deadly storm in indiana. taken from her home, found in a field, on life support. the family has made the decision to take her off life support. she is the 39th casualty now of friday's storms. >>> president obama preparing for a face-to-face showdown this morning with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. on the table, how to handle iran and its nuclear program. >>> and rush limbaugh stepping in it big time and the advertisers are dropping like flies, folks, bailing, because it just ain't right to call a law student a slut. why doesn't he get it? can the champion of the right overcome this or would this possibly become his imus moment. >> is it ever okay to call someone a slut? >> having been called a slut by one of my colleagues on the air, i would say it's not. so shut your cake hole, limbaugh. >> i came back to this nasty talk. >>> and this little girl we've been following. >> awful story. it's one of many we followed along the way following tornadoes. some of the pictures tend to look a lot the same. i keep calling
of the babcock family in indiana who died on friday. and then we got this sad news, a fifth and final member of the family, 15 month old angel babcock died today of her injuries. she had been ripped from her home and found alive in a field yesterday. tornadoes hit seven states over two days. henreyville, indiana, was hit by two tornadoes and all but destroyed. elaine quijano begins our coverage there ♪ ♪ . >> reporter: there's still no power and no heat at st. francis xavier catholic church in henreyville but at morning mass parishners made sure there was music. ♪ ♪ . >> reporter: father steven schaftlein spoke of healing. he told his congregation that this town of 1900 residents has a choice, hope or des prayer-- despair. >> we can choose to begin anew, and either see this experience as the end or a new beginning. >> reporter: starting over will take time. the national weather service reports two tornadoes hit henreyville friday afternoon. one of them a powerful ef-4 on a scale of 5 with winds in excess of 165 miles an hour o raked the ground for some 50 miles. >> today crews pull m
, indiana. >> incredible story out of indiana tonight. >>> still ahead when we continue this evening, why are so many american preschoolers getting so many cavities? the trend making for a lot of difficult trips to the dentist. >>> and later, he's not even out of high school, but he's tackling the tough issues. he has to. he's the mayor after all. spent their whole careers here. [ charlie ] we're the heartbeat of this place, the people on the line. we take pride in what we do. when that refrigerator ships out the door, it's us that work out here. [ michael ] we're on the forefront of revitalizing manufacturing. we're proving that it can be done here, and it can be done well. [ ilona ] i came to ge after the plant i was working at closed after 33 years. ge's giving me the chance to start back over. [ cindy ] there's construction workers everywhere. so what does that mean? it means work. it means work for more people. [ brian ] there's a bright future here, and there's a chance to get on the ground floor of something big, something that will bring us back. not only this company, but this co
. some town pretty were much wiped out. in indiana, for instance, the cleanup is complicated because there was snow that fell overnight and a lot of people lost their homes and they had to spend the evening helping with recovery efforts. some of the victims of these storms say they might never recover. there is one woman, she survived the tornado, that slammed into indiana, but she lost the love of her life. patty was engaged, just one day before the tornado hit. her fiancee, he was in the mobile home with her when it was picked up and it was tossed around by those winds. >> i've lost everything. i've lost my boyfriend, my fiance, i've lost my home, everything in it. i lost my animals, my dog, everything. it's just so hard for me to believe that he's not here. it felt like i was floating, flying, is what i could feel like, and i could feel my receives going through the walls of the trailer. i remember when it first hit and i fell backwards, my first thought in my head was, this is it. i'm going to die. >> we wish patty all the strength and all the best. we know this is a very hard, h
touchdowns, at least 32 people are dead, 14 in kentucky and indiana each, three more in ohio and one in alabama. small towns in southern indiana like henryville are facing utter devastation with homes leveled and entire neighborhoods reduced to rubble. we'll keep you updated on this, this morning as developments come in. >>> but right now i want to turn to one state in particular. this week started with sad news of a different kind from ohio. three were murdered and two injured in a tragic act of violence at chardon high school. and americans turned our eyes to ohio in sadness and mourning. but politicians have had their eye on ohio for much longer. ohio is the pairn yell bellwether, a state rich in kront ra indications. they have labor yunz and rural farmers, ohio is football. highway ho is rock 'n' roll. a decade in decline in manufacturing has hallowed ohio's cities, the poverty in the prairie is striking. ohio is free soil where the und underground railroad ended, it is also the home of old ethnic neighborhoods still defined by the parishes of the church. and ohio is swing voters
, tragedy in indiana. family of five wiped out by a tornado. hear from the man that tried to help them. >> i saw death. i knew we were done. >> you saw death? >> i mean, at that point, i knew it was over. >>> the white house says president obama has reiterated to israeli prime minister netanyahu that he supports diplomacy backed by pressure in the effort to keep iran from getting a nuclear weapon. they met for two hours at the white house today to talk about iran's nuclear program. the president says hen ate netanyahu prefer a peaceful solution. >>> police in texas searching for answering in the killing of an iranian student. houston police doubled the reward for information about the murder of the 30-year-old woman who was active in a local group that demonstrates for freedom and human rights for native country iran. police are going on record saying they're not ruling out the possibility that iran itself could be behind the murder of the young woman. cnn's drew griffin has the story. >> reporter: galardi in 2010 was on the streets protesting with the group saabs houston together trying to
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. florida swing state. ohio a swing state. most people think indiana will go back to republicans. you have some republicans who say we can play here and here. i'll do it for the sake of argument. ohio is a swing state. nevada the highest unemployment in the country, you have to make that a swing state. arizona could be a swing state. new mexico i'm going to leave that in president obama's now. some republicans will argue with me. let's start right here. 13. right? there will be more. there will be more people at home might think so that gets obama down to 207. i think our chief white house correspondent jessica yellin is listening to us as we go. prove it to me, republicans. keep these in the democratic column until you can prove otherwise. we were in florida for a debate. even the democrats think this is tough for president obama. let's give it to the republicans. let's for the sake of argument split the difference. let obama keep virginia. and give north carolina to the republicans. where are we now? the president is getting close. that was a pickup for the president. i'm convinced just
the news. a harrowing story of survival. an indiana woman who used her body to shield her children from a twister and lost part of both of her legs. she described her ordeal earlier on the "today" show. >> everything started hitting my back, beams, pillars, furniture, everything was just slamming into my back. but i had my children in the blanket and i was on top of them. and i was reaching around holding them. and they are screaming, mommy, i can't live without you, i don't want to die, please don't let me die. and i said, you're not going to die, we're going to make it. i took my phone and i made a video to my husband telling him i love him. >> amazingly, stephanie survived. others, not so lucky. the storms killed 40 across five states. 22 victims in kentucky, 13 in indiana, three in ohio, one person in alabama and one in georgia. >>> on a completely different note this morning, there is a whole lot of money for 81-year-old louise white from rhode island. she came forward to claim the $336 million prize in the powerball jackpot. >> i'm very happy. and i'm very proud. and this will mak
, ohio, pennsylvania and you may lose indiana if you make that argument. and i hope you do. i hope republicans make that argument because that is an argument for failure. there's no way you're going to win on that. there's no way. >> we will see. i think bailouts are very unpopular. jennifer ruben, keith boykin, mark simone, thank you very much. >>> now, folks, volume low. the vix volatility index lower. but if you're in the stock market, your portfolio is a whole lot higher again this week. we are in a pretty darn good bull market. we're going to talk about how long the rally can run. and then jimmy cramer pays us a quick visit for a bonus pick of what he's looking for next week. >>> and regarding bailouts and everything else, folks. please don't forget, free market capitalism still the best path to prosperity. keith boykin, "the kudlow report" is coming right back. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 there are atm fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 account service fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 and the most dreaded fees of all, hidden fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 at cha
. baby angel found clinging to life alone in a field in indiana has been taken off life support becoming the 39th victim of the deadly storms. her mother, father, and siblings all killed by the twister that ripped apart their home. the family had gone next door to ride out the storm holding hands, praying with their neighbor. then the storm hit. >> the point when i realized that the couch was going to be gone, i do remember being sucked up into the air and knowing that the house was going up. the entire house got sucked up. but then i don't remember anything other than opening my eyes at one point when i was way up in the twister. at some point, i did open my eyes and somehow i remember looking down and realizing i was 50 feet in the air and spinning in a twister. >> let's head straight to henriville, indiana. tom has been telling these stories since friday night. how are folks coping now? you have the snow and cold, which can't be great for cleanup. >> reporter: my first line to you was going to be, chris, adding insult to injury, take a look at the snow. they got a couple inches overni
into monday. in the meantime, images coming from the high school in indiana where you were at. the miracle in the high school. watch. these are the pictures as the twister hit. >> right. it takes 30 seconds. that's the gymnasium in henryville high school. it is a school where 400 students attend, k through 12. the twister is hitting when the light comes up. the roof is gone, the walls are gone. if those students would have been there. they were dismissed about a half hour before that happened, it would have been deadly. >> minutes making the difference. ginger zee, thanks so much. >>> now to the race for president. it's "your voice, your vote" and rick santorum is campaigning in illinois. mitt romney heading there two. both battling it out before tuesday. but before then, puerto rico votes, with 23 delegates. in the primary right there tomorrow. i'm going to bring in david kerley who is at the white house tonight, we know that rick santorum, in puerto rico, where they speak spanish, said they to learn english, long before becoming a state. i want to get your reaction. >> they'd have to spe
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of the tournament. i don't know if we can call it an upset with vc yurks anymore. they win 62-59. they get indiana tomorrow night. it's been 66 years now since harvard has been to the ncaa tournament. the 12th seed crimson takes on my vanderbilt come mon doors. jeffrey tailor with the steal hammers it down. vanderbilt opened an 18-point lead but give harvard credit. they came back. a late rally. a steal here. brandon curry going to lay it in. cuts the lead to nine. little bit of a panic time for vanderbilt fans because we've seen this before. head coach kevin stalling not pleased. his team holds on to win. they held off harvard winning 79-70. vanderbilt against wisconsin tomorrow night. three seed baylor, a lot of people picking an upset in this one. uniforms that make oregon football blush. look at these things. stop it. taking on 14th seeded south dakota state. the jack rabbits open with a 14-5 run. pierre jackson. he's good. left-handed lay-up. baylor up eight at the break. second half, baylor's offense starts clicking. they survive a bit of a scare. they hold on to win 68-60. they get unlv nex
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